New Batch of DC Comics Super Heroes LEGO Sets To Be Released Next Year

New DC Super Heroes LEGO sets, some apparently even featuring Marvel characters (such as the Hulk) are due out next year. The leaked images of the new sets may not be final as Marvel, for some reason, has yet to get any mention for including its characters in the new sets. The new DC Comics Super Heroes LEGO sets for 2015 include:

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LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Headed to E3

LEGO Marvel Super Heroes ScreenshotLEGO’s newest video game will soon be on show at this years edition of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes , developed by TT Games and published by Warner Brothers features popular Marvel characters such as Iron Man, Spider-Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Wolverine, all, of course, in their LEGO minifigure forms. In addition, Stark Tower, Asteroid M, a Hydra base as well as the X-Mansion and a LEGO Manhattan are all settings that will play host to the variety of Playable Super Heroes within the game. Expect to see the game out this Autum for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita, and the PC.

LEGO Stores to Offer Up Exclusive Minifigures In May

May 2013 LEGO Store Calendar Exclusive Iron Man Han Solo Minifigures

Two exclusive minifigures will soon available at LEGO stores this May with a qualifying purchase. May 4 and 5th will see a promotion where a LEGO Star Wars purchase of more than $75 will net you an exclusive Han Solo minifigure in his famous Hoth attire. Spend $50 or more at the LEGO store from May 16th to the 31st and receive an Iron Man. vs Fighting Drone polybag. LEGO Star Wars recently saw the launch of the web series The Yoda Chronicles while the new film, Iron Man 3 to be released on May 3rd.

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Superman Fights The Good Fight In New Smallville Inspired LEGO Set

LEGO DC Universe Super Heroes 76003 Superman- Battle of Smallville

An image of a brand new LEGO DC Universe Superheroes set has been posted on British retailer Argos website. The set, 76003 Superman: Battle of Smallville, is based on on the upcoming Man of Steel movie, which is slated for a release on June 14th, 2013. Featuring five different minifigures, the set includes 418 pieces and is priced at $49.99. Expect to see the Battle of Smallville set, along with other Superman inspired LEGO sets available for sale prior to the release of the Man of Steel movie this Summer.

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New Additions To The LEGO Super Heroes 2013 Lineup

LEGO Super Heroes Marvel 76004 Spider Man Spider Cycle Chase

While two new LEGO Super Heroes sets were already announced at this years New York Comic Con, images of two new sets have appeared on a Swiss retailers website. The two new sets include LEGO Super Heroes Marvel – 76004 Spider-Man – Spider-Cycle Chase (pictured above) and  LEGO Super Heroes DC Universe – 76000 Batman vs. Mr Freeze – Aquaman on Ice (seen below).

LEGO Super Heroes DC Universe 76000 Batman vs. Mr Freeze - Aquaman on Ice

Thus far, all four new LEGO Super Heroes releases for 2013 feature either Batman or Spider-Man. But, 2013 will see movie releases based on other DC Universe and Marvel properties so sets based on different characters are likely .

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Lego Sculptures Stand Tall At 2012 New York Comic Con

LEGO Gandalf The Grey and Bilbo Baggins

The New York Comic Con, which was held from from October 11th to the 14th in New York City, saw LEGO announce a slate of new product releases. Proudly displayed at NYCC were an assortment of large LEGO sculptures depicting prominent characters from current and upcoming product lines from the company. Detailed statues of Gandalf the Grey and Bilbo Baggins (pictured above), brought attention to the upcoming LEGO The Hobbit theme, set for release later this year.

LEGO The Hulk

A very green and mean The Hulk was also on display (pictured above). The Hulk is one of the leading characters from the The Avengers characters to make an appearance in LEGO’s new Super Heroes lineup. Overall, NYCC 2012 displayed the strength of LEGO’s licenses, which now range from Stars Wars, The Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit to Marvel, DC Universe and the newly unveiled Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

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